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Indoor Wireless Network Coverage Area Optimization

Dudhat, Amitkumar and Mariyanti, Tatik (2022) Indoor Wireless Network Coverage Area Optimization. International Journal of Cyber and IT Service Management (IJCITSM), 2 (1). pp. 1-15. ISSN 2808-554X

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The presence of interference has a significant impact on wireless network connections indoors. Because of the effects of multipath propagation, such as reflection, refraction, and scattering of radio waves by the structure of the building, the sent signal can usually be received in free space or via more than one pathway, and the consequence might be a phenomenon known as multipath fading. For different results, propagation models have been identified, which provide the propagation features of the initial evaluation. There are two types of wireless propagation models: empirical and theoretical models that deal with coverage, overlapping channels, and wireless network performance. The planning system was set out using a practical and theoretical approach. Furthermore, this comparison may aid in determining the accuracy of survey measures in the context of indoor wireless monitoring and provide an estimate of the breadth and performance of wireless networks in the form of a new topology with contour presentation. Layout plan optimization The typical RSSI of a Wi-Fi system ranges from -40 dBm to -55 Dbm, with a power of 17-18 Dbm, and is applied to channels 1 through 11 non-overlapping in the design of networks with multiple APs that are nearby. The new topology represents the optimization outcomes, accompanied by a contour display and dispersed over the region.

Item Type: Article
Subjects: General > Empirical Model
General > Interference
Depositing User: Admin Digital Blue Ocean
Date Deposited: 04 Jul 2023 03:55
Last Modified: 04 Jul 2023 03:55

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